Product Review / Anti- doping
Athletes should be cautious about supplement use.
Some supplements are prepared in unhygienic conditions and contain toxins! Yes, you read it right. Did you know some supplements do not contain the dose of ingredients. They can be contaminated with steroids, stimulants and other drugs that may cause an athlete to fail a doping test is widespread – some surveys have suggested that as many as one in four supplements may result in a positive test. These prohibited compounds have not been declared on the label, so there is no way for the athlete – or even for medical and other support staff – to know that they are present.
There is no evidence that prohormones such as androstenedione and norandrostenedione are effective in increasing muscle mass or strength. These prohormones are promoted for use by athletes and are readily available in shops and via the internet, but they will result in negative health consequences as well as positive drug tests.
Athletes must be aware of the strict liability principle that makes them responsible for everything they eat and drink.
Ignorance is not an acceptable excuse for a positive doping result.
Check all supplements with professional organisation. If there is any doubt at all, don’t take it.
We do not have facility for drug testing but we guide you to use the appropriate and safe supplements if need be based on WADA- World Anti doping Association guidelines.